September is National Cholesterol Education Month

What you should know about keeping your cholesterol down. We all know that having high cholesterol is bad news for your health. The buildup in the arteries can narrow the blood flow, increasing the likelihood of dangerous blood clots and inflammation. In turn, high cholesterol can cause heart attacks, heart disease, and strokes. Since September is National Cholesterol Education Month, now is the Read More

Medicare Annual Notice of Change: Do You Know What Can Change?

Receiving updates on your Medicare plan through the mail is convenient, but without person-to-person communication, it can be a bit hard to read. The Annual Notice of Change (ANOC) is arguably the most important piece of mail you'll receive regarding your Medicare plan each year. Ignoring it is something that is highly discouraged, so it's important that you read it and actually know how to read Read More

How Grandparents Can Help in Going Back to School

Grandparents can play a significant role in preparing the children to go back to school. For most parents, the summer can seem endless, along with their child’s energy! Children heading back to school are a welcomed sight for many. After all, starting the new school year can be a time of great excitement. However, preparation is key for a smooth back-to-school transition. Even after the school Read More

Understand How New Industry Regulations Affect Home Health Care

Find out how changes in home health care requirements may improve your care. When it comes to taking care of your health, sometimes you need a little help. Home health care offers patients access to the care that they need from the comfort of their own home. Medicare covers home health services to seniors or disabled adults who have a need certified by a physician, for intermittent skilled Read More

The Most Common Joint-Replacement Surgery in the U.S. is for Knees

As you age, your body undergoes normal wear and tear. From needing a stronger eyeglass prescription to developing arthritis, it’s important that you take the necessary steps to keep yourself healthy. However, stress on your knees can lead to debilitating knee pain as you get older. Here are a few lifestyle changes and tips to better manage your knee pain and hopefully avoid surgery. Exercise Read More

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